Session 4B: Young Researchers grants

Session chairs

Michael Riediker, DSc, PD, Adj. Asst. Professor NTU, Occupational Hygienist SGAH (IOHA) and Grad IOSH, Research Director

Sarah Søs Poulsen, Post.Doc, National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE), Denmark,

Session abstract

Due to the generosity of our sponsors, we have been able to provide 5 young researchers with a conference grant. The five grant awardees are presenting their projects in this session.

Finally the session includes an oral presentation on the legal perspectives of nanotechnology.

Session program

  • NanoStreeM, the European Semiconductor Industry Consortium as a starting point for developing a medical surveillance consensus for nano-workers
    Eline Vandebroek
  • Induction of behavioral changes and astrogliosis in the brain of offspring mice following maternal inhalation of carbon black nanoparticle
    Atsuto Onoda
  • A comparison of the biokinetics of nanoceria after intravenous, inhalation, instillation and oral exposure using PBPK modeling
    Tshepo Moto
  • Inhaled multi-walled carbon nanotubes-induced gene expression profile in rat lung
    Carole Seidel
  • Dispersion and aerosolization of engineered nanoparticles in liquid suspension for in-vitro toxicity testing
    Yaobo Ding
  • Global health impacts of nanotechnology law: The legend of asbestos that haunts future innovation in nanotechnology
    Ilise Charoy